Need This: GeeKeep LED Aquarium Hood Lighting Fish Tank Light 11
Hi. Here we are going to turn 3 cheap ($4 each at fry's marketplace) LED screw-in lights into a fishtank light/hood combo.
From my own experience of talking to other fish keepers, the plastic hood that just sits on the top of the tank seem to be the most commonly used. They will normally have hinged flaps that run along the front and back of the hood, this allows for ease of feeding the fish and also for tank maintenance. Because they are so light it is also a simple matter to remove the hood completely if required for the larger maintenance tasks.
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Koval Inc. 78 LED Aquarium Lighting for 24 inch - 30 inch Fish Tank Light Hood This Upgraded Colorful Full Spectrum LED Aquarium Light with Extendable Brackets is great for your aquariums. It is not only helps algae to grow more luxuriant, but also makes your aquatic plants have vivid color and adds ornamental value of your aquariums. Perfect for your water plant and fish. Specifications: - Aquarium Light: 78 LEDs - Blue LEDs: 6pcs(460nm, 0.1W) - Pink LEDs: 4pcs (465nm, 0.1W)…The middle section that holds the light strip features a glass splash guard which allows the light full protection from any mist or evaporation. A key feature as many other hoods often run into rust problems. Over time this glass will likely build up algae so be sure to give it a quick wipe down every week or so. When I first had the hood I did not do this until there was a green tint over the tank, which took several months to show. After two minutes of cleaning with just water and paper towel the glass looked good as new. Remember to never use any cleaning agent on your aquarium equipment. no matter how much you rinse it off there will still be some amount of residue. Better to skip the soap than have sick fish. You may also want to get an aquarium light timer. A light timer can help make running an aquarium that much more enjoyable because it's one less thing you have to mess with. Most higher end fish tank hoods and fixtures have multiple power cords that are tied into the multiple light sockets within the hood. This allows you to setup your timer to turn on the various lights at different times.The simplest aquarium hood on the list is an excellent choice for anyone looking for an affordable way to keep humidity levels high and reduce evaporation while keeping fish safe and sound inside the fish tank. Fits small tanks, recommended for anyone on a budget who is not looking for built-in lights.